Things To Do In Burton

$30 for Registration for an Eight-Week Adult Beginner Coed Soccer League at Grand Blanc Soccerzone ($85 Value)

Grand Blanc Soccerzone

Grand Blanc

Play in a weekly adult coed league that offers soccer instructionals and no-contact games

$85 $30

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$23 for $45 Groupon — The Dance Studio

The Dance Studio

Grand Blanc

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $23

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$85 for $169 Toward a Four-Week Women's Cardio Kickboxing Class — Gracie Barra - Burton

Gracie Barra Burton

Burton

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$169 $85

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18-Hole Round of Golf for 2 or 4 Including Cart, Hot Dogs and Beverages at Goodrich Country Club (Up to 52% Off)

Goodrich Country Club

Goodrich

18-hole course features rolling hills and ponds and streams that play a prominent role on the back nine

$60 $29

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One or Two Months of Tap and Ballet Classes with Optional Jazz Classes at The Dance Studio (Up to Half Off)

The Dance Studio

Multiple Locations

At a family-run dance studio, kids gain a technical foundation in ballet, tap, and jazz in a nurturing and noncompetitive environment

$45 $23

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18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Lunch at Southmoor Golf Club (Up to 50% Off)

Southmoor Golf Club

Burton

The par 69 layout checks in at 5,205 yards from the longest of two sets of tees, making it an accessible golfing arena for diverse players

$60 $30

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One or Three Months of Traditional Martial-Arts Classes at Korean Martial Arts (52% Off)

Korean Martial Arts

Lapeer

Students build strength, stamina, and self-defense skills in traditional martial-arts classes

$60 $29

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$139 for Three Months of Unlimited Fitness Classes at New Beginnings Fair ($300 Value)

New Beginnings Fair

Burton

Staff teaches yoga classes two days a week, Zumba two days a week, and belly dancing one day a week

$300 $139

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"The Laugh Off" Improv Show for Two at All Star Sports Bar on August 21 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 55% Off)

The Laugh Off

All Star Sports Bar

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Like Wild 'n Out, improv comedy show pits two teams—one with a special guest—against each other so the audience can decide who's funnier

$44.18 $20

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St. Lucifer's Asylum for the Mentally Insane was once a bustling, state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital that housed 12,000 patients and a staff of 700. Whether it was the frequent electroshock therapy sessions or the mysterious events that took place in the five miles of tunnels that ran beneath the facility, something quickly made things take a turn for the macabre. Stories made their way to the surrounding town about patients dying by the dozen, children waking up to find the mark of St. Lucifer on their skin, and retired nurses inflicting grotesque self-harm in department stores that have rules against that sort of thing. In 1974, the state closed the facility, but the horrors within didn't stop?especially in 13 Feet Under, the underground lab where the asylum's head physician conducted human experiments. The asylum's closing left patients trapped in the chamber, where they turned into mysterious creatures without faces or zombies forced to dine on the flesh of humans.

Throughout the Halloween season, St. Lucifer's Haunted Asylum and 13 Feet Under opens once more to let courageous visitors in to see the horrific scenes that were left behind. Participants walk carefully around darkened corners and through mysterious doorways, never sure of what they might encounter next. Those with a more proactive streak can fight off the undead themselves in Zombie Killers Black Ops Paintball, where they man one of eight turret-style paintball stations and put their target skills to the test.

5290 S Dort Hwy.
Flint,
MI
US

The front nine and the back nine at Copper Ridge Golf Club begin and end in strikingly similar fashion. On the first hole, players start their round with a drive into an opening fairway that, like a birthday card without cash, only appears generous: the wide visible portion narrows considerably into a slender piste that sends players up to an elevated green. The tenth hole repeats the sleight-of-hand, only with an even more pronounced difference between the open expanse and slim landing zone before a two-tiered green.

The 9th and 18th holes, meanwhile, are essentially mirror images of one another, incorporating the largest lake on the course. If players hit too far left on their tee shots on the 9th hole?or, conversely, too far right on the 18th?they'll end up in the drink, potentially spoiling an otherwise pristine round as they cover the home stretch of the 6,916-yard course.

8475 E Atherton Rd
Davison,
MI
US

Initially conceived of in 1987 as a way for an avid paintball player and his friends to acquire discounted merchandise, Lone Wolf Paintball swiftly evolved into a multi-location business throughout Michigan. One year after opening, Bristol Apple Orchard in Almont accommodated the budding business with its first playing field. These days, an indoor field allows for year-round paintball. The 20,000 sq. ft. facility encompasses a speedball field with artificial turf, which spectators can observe from viewing areas including a second-story observation deck. Referees ensure that each player competes safely.

4099 S Lapeer Rd
Metamora,
MI
US

A stress-shedding family-friendly sport for splatter soldiers of all types and stripes, paintball grants its combatants the perfect backdrop for one-on-one duels or group-oriented maneuvers. Spread out your tickets over six solo sessions, or round up five friends, coworkers, or NBA starters for a fast-paced adrenaline-fueled jaunt across unique indoor and outdoor terrains that can include pastoral fields and themed villages. Each trek arms guests with a battle mask and goggles, semiautomatic paintball marker, hopper and tanker, and orientation that lays out the rules, safety precautions, and the symbolism behind to Jackson Pollack’s early work.

4099 South Lapeer Road
Metamora,
MI
US

The ponds, streams, and rolling terrain at Goodrich Country Club shape the 18-hole, par 70 course into two distinct nines. A pond may separate the first and second holes, but the front nine consists mostly of dry, straight-ahead fairways that lead to elevated greens. This straightforward first act helps players get comfortable on the course, but that doesn't mean it's a cakewalk. With a narrow fairway and trees lining the left side, the 391-yard, par-four third hole is the course's most treacherous, sometimes prompting fearful golf carts to buck and bray as they approach the tee box.

The back nine presents an entirely different challenge. Water hazards play a prominent role on six holes, requiring players to focus on accurate shotmaking and sound course management. The second nine also hosts the course's signature hole: the par-four 17th cuts a memorable route with two water hazards pinching the fairway and a pond in front of the green, which will have golfers second-guessing their club selection and searching for turtles to bounce their approach closer to the pin.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Length of 5,459 yards from the tips * Course rating of 66.4 from the tips * Slope rating of 104 from the tips * Three tee options

10080 Hegel Rd.
Goodrich,
MI
US

Though it may be the decorative centerpiece of a miniature golf course, there is nothing miniature about the waterfall at Lake Nepessing Golfland. The perpetually gushing rock formation looms above the emerald putting circuit, casting a mist into the air that cools down golfers as they attempt pressure-packed putts or handle golf balls fresh from the microwave. In addition to its Lilliputian links, the family fun center helps golfers groom their swings with a lighted driving range that offers both grass and artificial turf hitting areas. A staff of instructors roams the driving bays, doling out instruction and video-based swing analysis.

The thrum of humming engines fills Lake Nepessing Golfland’s grounds, emanating from the center’s outdoor go-kart track. The track is lighted for after-sunset racing, and guests can choose to drive solo or ride along friends, family, or adopted mannequins in a tandem kart.

1125 Lake Nepessing Rd.
Lapeer,
MI
US